Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Will Reportedly Spend Thanksgiving In America

The royals are planning an extended break with baby Archie, a source tells BAZAAR

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are apparently planning a long break from royal duties over the festive season, a royal source tells BAZAAR.

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will reportedly take baby Archie to the United States for Thanksgiving.

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Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have had a very busy schedule in 2019, but the couple is apparently planning a much-needed break for their family.

A royal source tells BAZAAR  that the duke and duchess plan to split their time between the United States and the United Kingdom over the festive season, so that the family can enjoy Archie’s first Thanksgiving and Christmas.

The source reveals that Harry and Meghan plan to spend Thanksgiving in the United States with family and friends, before returning to England for Christmas with the royal family. While the length of the couple’s trip is still to be determined, it’s exciting to know that Sussexes will enjoy some time out from their busy schedule.

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Per CNN, Prince Harry opens up in ITV’s forthcoming documentary about the royals, and reveals that he could see himself living in Africa in the future. Speaking to reporter Tom Bradby, Harry said, “I don’t know where we could live in Africa at the moment.” He continued, “We’ve just come from Cape Town, that would be an amazing place for us to be able to base ourselves, of course it would.”

Clearly, some big changes are ahead for the Sussexes, but it’s heartwarming to know that the family-of-three will have some much-needed rest and recuperation over the holiday season.

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